I'm Bianca and I love southern accents.
Some of my favorite people are southern...Jennifer Lawrence being one of them
I was born on January 13th in DC; it's a great city with great food and lots of life
I go to school in Maine aka Vacationland
I've never seen a moose, but I want to
My hobbies include nail polish; I'm not even joking. I have well over 100 bottles
80% of my leisure time, I'm listening to music. I love old-school and new-school equally: pop, hip-hop, alternative, rock, everything you can imagine
Some country I love (Sweet Home Alabama is way too catchy)
Food is also a hobby (eating and cooking)
You won't see me around here that often, but regardless, leave a comment and say hi
The G.U era's beginning especially with Dot hack Roots, in a way it does. (then again the G.U era reminded me of the final 3 Potter-world volumes in the septimology for a lot of reasons, no lie!)
The R:1/IMOQ/Virus Core era where Sign takes place happens before dot hack Roots, and involves someone with Memory loss and stuff, revolving around a young Sorcerer who has an Abnormal creature for a companion.
Yes, said Creature is also able to use Illegal Powers when its fighting.
Mutually acceptable casts in both sides, factions of leaders that are ordering everything around and are equal in position more or less, even adhering to Love and Sacrifice being two of the greatest forces
in the Universe?
That's just for starters with the Potter-world vs dot hack, when you get to the Illegal Powers both sides can offer it gets interesting as well.
Actually the manner the dot hack universe generally carries itself is rather mostly akin to the Potter-world's own in fact, well at least as far as shared elements are concerned.
Just done differently of course.
Did you give the Dresden Files a shot?
I'm working on the role-play projects in-group, taking a lot of nods from the dot hack universe while I am at it.
You ever watched any of the dot hack shows or played the dot hack video games by any chance?